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HP 2575 Jamming on cardstock paper

Hi,
I do a lot of printing of cardstock from Photoshop CS3.
Is there anyway I can print on paper or card that is more than 150gsm?

I have bought some lovely cardstock that I want to print on but even when I feed through only one page at a time it jams.
I have looked in properties to see if there is a setting for thicker paper but I could not find any thing.

I feel like throwing the printer through the window (Is that an overeaction)....

If this is not the type of printer suitable for what I am trying to do any suggestions for the type of printer more suitable for my needs would be much appreciated.


Bewildered in Sydney, Oz..... :(

loretta

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Most likely that printer would do it if it were brand new, but after a period of time, the mechanism becomes 'tuned' to a certain size paper..

you may need to realign the rollers, etc, to accept the thicker paper.

my recommend..go to a local print shop with paper and images/data on cd, and let them do it.

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